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Old   July 6, 2012, 21:10
Default Fluent-Structural help
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I want to do a simulation on 1-way FSI from fluent to Mechanical.I think I need use the FSI mapping(-> surface map) function.But then I have to input a Ansys(APDL) file(.cdb file).what confused me is where is this .cdb file from.I already have finished a steady simulation and have the result(.data file) file.What I need to read into Mechanical solver is only the pressure profiles.

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Old   July 27, 2012, 16:31
Default Use custome system FSI in ansys 13
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sir you can do it by using custom system tab in ansys 13 from where you can select an FSI by using fluent or cfx. in this case you wont be needing an fsi mapping in fluent. just carry out your simulation and then import pressure load in ansys static structural module.
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